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I LOVE this name! It sounds like it belongs to someone who is strong, proud, and has a great sense of humor!
Aedh  6/21/2006
Also a Welsh name.
― Anonymous User  8/20/2006
Some sources translate this name as meaning "chicken" or "hen," possibly because they assume that it is a masculine form of "Kaja," which is possibly from the old Norse word "hen."
― Anonymous User  4/28/2007
The Etruscan word "Cai" means "glad". So it could mean glad.
― Anonymous User  5/24/2007
The name Cai is also a historic Welsh name and commonplace in Wales to this day, written accounts of this name are contained in a 7th Century Welsh book of folklore known as the "Mabinogion". Other commonplace variants of this name used in Wales are Cail, Caim (Irish version Kaim) and the biblically dervied Cain. It is interesting that the name is also considered Scandanavian. [noted -ed]
calvin  6/24/2007
I prefer the spelling Kai, but I think that Cai would be a good nickname for Mordecai.
hkols  11/3/2014
"Cai" means "horses" in Romanian.
― Anonymous User  12/18/2016

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